E-Platform for Neighbourhood: Register for distance learning and workshops on EU and ENP
June 8, 2016
Since March 2016, almost 700 people from countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy have already registered on the E-Platform for Neighbourhood, administered by the College of Europe Natolin Campus as part of an EU-funded project, and almost 400 people seized the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and improve their qualifications.
This comprehensive project, funded by the EU with EUR 1 Million, encompasses and reinforces the understanding of various EU policies, and offers a wide range of free of charge educational solutions:
The distance learning component, consisting of 10 knowledge-based e-learning courses and 5 skills-building courses.
An Information Database System (IDS) with systematised public information and documentation on the EU, ENP, EU-ENP relations, and best practices.
An online Expert Forum, enabling participants’ discussions and exchanges with experienced practitioners and scholars working on, or interested in the EU- and ENP-related matters.
Furthermore, the online component is accompanied by a series of face-to-face sessions/workshops for 150 best performing E-Platform participants (75 from ENP-East and 75 from ENP-South) which will take place in Poland. The participation, as well as training materials, is free of charge (including board and lodging, and travel expenses). (EU Neighbourhood Info)